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ASUU: KASU lecturers defy resumption directives, advise students to remain at home

Teaching staff members at the Kaduna State University (KASU) have shunned the resumption directives issued by the management of the institution, saying academic activities can only resume when all grievances have been resolved between the government and the union.

This comes after the university management issued a circular on April 27, stating that it would start full academic activities on 9th May 2022.

According to a statement issued jointly by the ASUU chairman and the Assistant Secretary, Kaduna State University branch, Dr. Peter Adamu, and Dr. Akos Ibrahim, on Tuesday, May 3, the union dissociated itself from the purported circular released by the University authority.

ASUU described the circular as a ploy to misinform the public, parents, and guardians, and to blackmail the union into their biddings. It also stated that the school management was not the mouthpiece of the Union and cannot speak on behalf of the union.

The statement further warned students, parents, and guardians not to allow their children to resume for now until the current roll-over strike was suspended, as listening and obeying KASU management’s directive would be considered a pure violation of the position of the union in the current struggle.

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